Jane Thorington-Hassell continued in our series on discipleship in exploring the call to be part of community from Galatians 3 26-28. This included the vision and value behind the embracing of the importance of “associating“ within a whole range and scope of the wider Body of Christ as well as finding new depth and commitment at the local level. Topics: assoiciation, discipleship, clusters, diversity
S. Flugge Encyclopedia of Physics LIII Astrophysics IV Stellar Systems Springer 1959 Acrobat 7 Pdf 32.7 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Astronomy, Star Clusters, Galaxies, Galaxy Clusters, Radio Galaxies, Cosmology
byhttp://www.netupmarketing.com Herbert Daniel Rodriguez Agente de la Innovacion.
Durante la jornada del dia 1 la tutora Tania explica lo que son los Clusters y brinda informacion de interes que muy pocos conocen. Estrategias a la hora de abrir una empresa, subvenciones etc. asesoramiento en TIC Tenerife, Estrategias de exito para tu empresa en Internet. Topic: Informacion de interes - Clusters Tenerife
Eric E. Moore on Linux and Free Software, the Swiss Army Knife of Computing Clusters Computing clusters. Harnessing the power of multiple computers to do lots of work. Tuesday, 15 May 2007, Dr. Eric Moore will presented on the usability, reliability, computational might of connecting various hardware to form a single computational entity. A cluster of computers. You might wonder, doesn't, didn't virtualization render clustering obsolete? expensive, unreliable by comparison? ``Making one PC look... Topics: NYLUG, Linux, Free Software, FOSS, Open Source, Eric E. Moore, Compute Clusters, Clusters, Render...
byWarren, J.; Watts, L.; Thomas-Keprta, K.; Wentworth , S.; Dodson , A.; Zolensky, Michael E
Since May 1981, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has used aircraft to collect cosmic dust (CD) particles from Earth's stratosphere. Specially designed dust collectors are prepared for flight and processed after flight in an ultraclean (Class-100) laboratory constructed for this purpose at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas. Particles are individually retrieved from the collectors, examined and cataloged, and then made available to the scientific... Topics: STARBURST GALAXIES, STAR FORMATION, STAR CLUSTERS, GLOBULAR CLUSTERS, UNIVERSE, RED SHIFT,...
In recent years Internet usage has increased. People of all age group use Internet and this has led to the inventionof a new research field called complex networks. Complex networks such as social networks, biological networks,technological networks etc have become the interest of many researchers because of their wide range of applications.These complex networks have many properties like scale free networks, transitivity etc but the most important property isthe presence of community structure... Topics: Communities, Clusters, Graph Theory, Complex Networks, Community Detection
The nature of the noise-exposure problem for humans and the aircraft-structural-damage problem is each discussed briefly. Some discussion is directed toward available methods of minimizing the effects of noise on ground crews, on the aircraft structure, and on the surrounding community. A bibliography of available papers relating to noise-reduction devices is also included. Topics: AUTOIONIZATION, LINE SPECTRA, IONIZATION, STAR CLUSTERS, RADIANT FLUX DENSITY
Reverend Charles Whyte Our Solar System and the Stellar Universe ( Ten popular lectures ) Charles Griffin & Company Ltd 1923 Acrobat 7 Pdf 58.4 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Astronomy, Sun, Moon, Planets, Variable Stars, Novae, Star Clusters, Nebulae
Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin Stars in the Making Methuen 1952 ( University Paperbacks Series - UP152 ) Contains numerous plates at rear. Acrobat 7 Pdf 34.1 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Astronomy, Stellar, Double Stars, Star Clusters, Galaxies, Stellar Evolution
E.L. Schatzman The Structure of the Universe Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1968 Acrobat 7 Pdf 21.0 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Astronomy, Galaxy, Universe, Time, Clusters, Red Shift, Cosmology
When conducting physical science research in space, the smallest vibration or disturbance can disrupt sensitive experiments. Back in the 1990s we developed an instrument, the Space Acceleration Measurement System (SAMS) that flew on the shuttle to monitor the vibration environment - but it wasn't very flexible. It could only measure vibrations for three users and only at fixed frequency ranges, and it had to be disassembled after each two-week mission to be readied for reuse. Then the... Topics: GALACTIC CLUSTERS, RED SHIFT, CHRONOLOGY, STELLAR ENVELOPES, GRAVITATIONAL LENSES
byArdema, Mark D.; Windhorst, Robert; Phillips, Jame
This paper develops a near-optimal guidance law for generating minimum fuel, time, or cost fixed-range trajectories for supersonic transport aircraft. The approach uses a choice of new state variables along with singular perturbation techniques to time-scale decouple the dynamic equations into multiple equations of single order (second order for the fast dynamics). Application of the maximum principle to each of the decoupled equations, as opposed to application to the original coupled... Topics: THERMOLUMINESCENCE, CHONDRITES, PERIHELIONS, CLUSTERS, SUN, METEOROIDS, ALBEDO, ORBITALS, COSMIC...
George F. Chambers Astronomy for General Readers Whittaker & Co. c1910 Acrobat 7 Pdf 22.1 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Solar System, Sun, Moon, Stars, Clusters, Nebulae, Eclipse, Telescope, Spectroscope
A real-time, high-rate precision navigation Kalman filter algorithm is developed and analyzed. This navigation algorithm blends various navigation data collected during terminal area approach of an instrumented helicopter. Navigation data collected include helicopter position and velocity from a global position system in differential mode (DGPS) as well as helicopter velocity and attitude from an inertial navigation system (INS). The goal of the navigation algorithm is to increase the DGPS... Topics: METAL IONS, MOLECULAR EXCITATION, ATOMIC ENERGY LEVELS, FREQUENCIES, VANADIUM COMPOUNDS, COBALT...
This report documents the results of the tasks which initiated efforts on design issues relating to the Water Processor (WP) and the Oxygen Generation Assembly (OGA) Flight Hardware for the International Space Station. This report fulfills the Statement of Work deliverables requirement for contract H-29387D. The following lists the tasks required by contract H-29387D: (1) HSSSI shall coordinate a detailed review of WP/OGA Flight Hardware program requirements with personnel from MSFC to identify... Topics: FULLERENES, QUANTUM CHEMISTRY, MOLECULAR CLUSTERS, CHEMICAL BONDS, ATOMIC STRUCTURE, MODELS, ATOMIC...
Theory of evolution of completely mixed stars with mass loss - prediction of luminosity function Topics: LOSSES, LUMINOSITY, STAR CLUSTERS, STELLAR EVOLUTION, LUMINOSITY, STAR CLUSTER, STELLAR EVOLUTION
After concluding an oil exploration agreement with the Republic of Yemen, Chevron International needed detailed geologic and topographic maps of the area. Chevron's remote sensing team used imagery from Landsat and SPOT, combining images into composite views. The project was successfully concluded and resulted in greatly improved base maps and unique topographic maps. Topics: H II REGIONS, PROTOPLANETARY DISKS, STAR CLUSTERS, ASTRONOMY, AUSTRALIA, FLUX DENSITY, HUBBLE SPACE...
byChristopher, Sundar A.; Vulcan, Donna V.; Welch, Ronald M
Atmospheric aerosol particles play a vital role in the Earth's radiative energy budget. They exert a net cooling influence on climate by directly reflecting the solar radiation to space and by modifying the shortwave reflective properties of clouds. Each year, increasing amounts of aerosol particles are released into the atmosphere due to biomass burning, dust storms, forest fires, and volcanic activity. These particles significantly perturb the radiative balance on local, regional, and global... Topics: BRIGHTNESS, GALACTIC CLUSTERS, QUASARS, RED SHIFT, STELLAR SYSTEMS, HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE,...
Intended for use with or without counseling help, this occupational exploration guide is organized around 12 interest areas, 66 work groups, and 348 subgroups of occupational titles. The interest areas (an expansion of John Holland's six occupational categories) represent the broad interest requirements of occupations as well as the vocational interests of individuals. Within each interest area are work groups (occupational clusters) suitable for exploration by those who have a particular... Topics: ERIC Archive, Career Exploration, Guides, Occupational Clusters, Occupational Information,...
byJames, Philip B.; Malolepszy, Klaus M.; Martin, Leonard J
Telescopic data on the twentieth century regressions of Mars' south polar cap were reexamined for evidence of interannual variability. Several regressions, particularly that of 1956, are found to differ significantly from the mean. The possibility of correlations with major dust storms is explored. Topics: ASTRONOMY, GAS DENSITY, HYDROSTATICS, MASS DISTRIBUTION, STAR CLUSTERS, STELLAR MASS, LIGHT...
Effect of aging on structure and corrosion properties in highstrength austenitic Cr‐steels alloying with nitrogen Cr21N1and Cr18Ni2N1 has been investigated. Structure of the steelsand kinetics of austenite decomposition during thetreatment was studied by X‐ray diffraction, TEM‐analysesand electric resistance measurements. The highest values ofstrength, micro hardness, corrosion rate and relativestrength reduction as far as brittle intergranular fracturewere observed at the early stage of... Topics: Austenite Decomposition, Ordered Clusters, Stress‐Martensite, Lattice Parameter, Stress Corrosion...
Herbert Dingle Modern Astrophysics W. Collins Sons & Co.Ltd. 1924 Acrobat 7 Pdf 87.1 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Astronomy, Spectroscopy, Spectrum Analysis, Spectra, Magnitudes, Sun, Stars, Stellar Evolution,...
byHaering, Edward A., Jr.; Ehernberger, L. J.; Whitmore, Stephen A
SR-71 sonic boom signatures were measured to validate sonic boom propagation prediction codes. An SR-71 aircraft generated sonic booms from Mach 1.25 to Mach 1.6, at altitudes of 31,000 to 48,000 ft, and at various gross weights. An F-16XL aircraft measured the SR-71 near-field shock waves from close to the aircraft to more than 8,000 ft below, gathering 105 signatures. A YO-3A aircraft measured the SR-71 sonic booms from 21,000 to 38,000 ft below, recording 17 passes. The sonic booms at ground... Topics: GALACTIC CLUSTERS, X RAY SOURCES, HIGH TEMPERATURE GASES, CLOUDS, GALACTIC EVOLUTION, HEAO 2
byCrown, David A.; Bleamaster, Leslie F., III; Mest, Scott C
The east rim of the Hellas basin and the surrounding highlands comprise a geologically significant region for evaluating volatile abundance, volatile distribution and cycling, and potential changes in Martian environmental conditions. This region of the Martian surface exhibits landforms shaped by a diversity of geologic processes and has a well-preserved geologic record, with exposures of Noachian, Hesperian, and Amazonian units, as well as spans a wide range in both latitude and elevation due... Topics: CONSTELLATIONS, X RAY SPECTROSCOPY, BLACK HOLES (ASTRONOMY), GALACTIC CLUSTERS, GRAVITATIONAL...
Using the 'quantum optical approach' we propose a model of multiplicity distributions in high energy collisions based on squeezed coherent states. We show that the k-mode squeezed coherent state is the most general one in describing hadronic multiplicity distributions in particle collision processes, describing not only p(bar-p) collisions but e()e(-), vp and diffractive collisions as well. The reason for this phenomenological fit has been gained by working out a microscopic theory in which the... Topics: MICROWAVES, GALACTIC CLUSTERS, BACKGROUND RADIATION, GALACTIC RADIATION, COSMIC BACKGROUND EXPLORER...